Nevada PDMP – 4.2A Reporting Requirement Effective January 1

As of Monday, January 1, 2018, prescribers in Nevada must begin their controlled substance reporting in ASAP 4.2A format. You can find the specifications for 4.2A reporting on page 4 of the Nevada Data Submission Dispenser Guide, under the heading “Upload Specifications.”

Assistance and Support: For additional background, review the Nevada Data Submission Dispenser Guide. For 24/7 technical assistance, call Appriss at 855.568.4767 (855.5NV.4PMP). If you have policy questions, visit the Nevada State Board of Pharmacy PMP web page or contact the Nevada Prescription Monitoring Program via email at or phone at 775.687.5694.

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